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Are there any mytho lovers out there who have not thought what it would be like if our mythological characters had lived in today’s world? Would Draupadi tolerate her husbands’ gambling her away? Would Sita quietly let the earth swallow her up? Our western counterparts like Rick Riordon and Dan Brown have opened a Pandora's Box and let the imagination run wild. And now wild it runs.
Proves that mythology need not be limited to only folklores but can be woven around our modern lifestyle. Personally, I have always been fascinated by Lord Karna's story.
A misguided sacrifice, a wasted honor and a man of supreme talent, all gone wrong with a choice he made in life. A life that was already cursed even before he was born. So when Ms.Kothari made him the central character of her saga - Soul Warrior- the age of Kali, I had to read it.
Karna is sent back to earth by Lord Yama after he dies in the battle of Kurukshetra. His duty (read power) was to catch the demonic souls of the asuras (red souls). He was doing a fab job for 7k years till his lost love does not bring back into his life an emotion he had thought he had completely lost. His yearning for a family. A daughter he never knew of comes under his protection along with those of his nemeses’- the Pandavas. While the other four girls are endowed with godly powers, his own daughter has nothing to boast of. Ms. Kothari takes the readers into a journey of self realisation, re-discovering love and a beautiful bond that forms between the characters of this novel. Oh, lets not forget that moment between Ash and Draupadi- when one must forgive and move on with life.
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I have been asked this question in a couple of interviews and a few times on social media: “a book that I wished I had written?” I had a vague answer each time, for the sake of it if you know what I mean. Now I have a definite one. I wish I had written Soul Warrior. That’s how much I loved the book.
When I got to know that this book was a story on Karna, I immediately signed up for the review. It’s only recently that I have been introduced to the genre mythical fiction. I found out that Soul Warrior Book 1: The Age of Kali falls under Mythic Fantasy – a book that draws inspiration from mythology, but is set in present times. Uh, oh! It made me wonder if I wanted to read this one after reading 1-2 pages.
There was another reason for this. I had read Magnus Chase & The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan just a couple of weeks ago and I hadn’t been awfully enamoured. That was more because the book targeted young adults.
Gritting my teeth, I plunged into Falguni Kothari’s latest book and fell in love. I have read Bootie and the Beast by the same author (I had won this during #TornadoGiveaway 2) and thought it okay. But Soul Warrior is something else.
Be prepared for spoilers from here on...
The main character, the Soul Warrior is Karna from The Mahabharata. His modern avatar is all set to make women readers drool. I am fascinated with how the author has brought the epic characters to life in the 21st century, combining the right people. For example: Lavya & Ash. Hi5!Read more ›
There is love, hate, deceit, rebellion, mysticism and suspense within the covers. If one is looking for pure myth as retold by our ancestors, then they are in for a shock. Why? The author has let loose her imagination and has twisted the myths to put forth something new, something refreshing. Each line of the book is a veritable treat to the senses. One can actually visualize the characters, their moods, their actions, the battle, the banter and moments of romance and passion.
The book presents Karna and Draupadi in different light. I couldn’t help but marvel at the immense potential our myths hold. They are so open to various interpretations that they give the creative a chance to explore them and also help their imagination run free and yarn new stories. They bring out the best in those who are ready to experiment with them, they who find a muse in them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book certainly is one of the finest I’ve read.
The concept and ideation is beautiful and very well-written as is the treatment of the story and the various... Read more
I have to admit that Falguni Kothari's newest book "Soul Warrior" took me a little bit to get into. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well written. Juxtaposing present and past mythically in a delightful, insightful and at times gripping manner.Published 5 months ago by Juliet Sitaram-Milo
After reading Indian mythology for the first time some months ago and enjoying it a lot, I was all to happy to receive a review copy of “Soul Warrior” by Falguni Kothari. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Devika Fernando
A good attempt to build a light hearted fantasy tale around characters and events from the Mahabharata. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Karthik
Hands down, this is my favourite genre for pure escapism. The problem I have with many emerging authors is that they seem intent on writing epics and end up writing verbose, overly... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Avid Reader
Karna, I feel, was the most mistreated character in Mahabharata. He had been dealt a bad hand throughout his life; even though he was a true warrior and loyal to a fault. Read morePublished 7 months ago by b00k r3vi3ws
This epic tale is about the lives of Karna, an immortal who has the thankless and tiresome job of hunting demons in the human world. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MichelleLP
Story of Karna (my favourite Mahabharata character) and Drapuadi transported to today's era. A great mythological twist, highly imaginative and a fun read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hetal
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